On Friday November 30th and Saturday December 1st, 2012, I performed an excerpt from the script of Object of Her Affection at Automata in Los Angeles.Continue reading “Object of Her Affection, Automata (reading)”
On June 16th, 2012, I read an excerpt from Object of Her Affection at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center in Waterford, Connecticut
On January 13th, 2012, I appeared on Feast of Fun, a Chicago-based LGBTQ comedy podcast. On show #1504 – Trends and Predictions for 2012, I spoke with Fausto Ferños and Marc Felion about my predictions for 2012.
On January 28, 2011, I appeared as a guest on Feast of Fun, a Chicago-based LGBTQ comedy podcast. On the show, I was interviewed by Fausto Ferños and Marc Felion about my predictions for trends in 2011. The podcast was also repeated on August 26th, 2011.
In 2010, I was the recipient of an Emerging Artist Scholarship to study with pioneering performance artist, Rachel Rosenthal and her DbD (Doing by Doing) performance improvisation technique at the Rachel Rosenthal Company in Culver City, Los Angeles. The workshop ran from September 10th – September 12th, 2010. The Emerging Artist Scholarship was made possible in part with funding from Los Angeles County Arts Commission.
While in Chicago at Links Hall, with Fudgie’s Death, I also narrated an excerpt from Susan Simpson‘s Exhibit A. Exhibit A, was an object theatre piece rooted in the utopian visions of early gay organizing and in the language and aesthetics of science fiction. Performances were the final weekend of the Banners and Cranks Festival of Cantrastoria May 7th through May 9th, 2010.
In 2009 Katie Ball interviewed me for her show, “Art Beat”, on WUCF. “Art Beat” aired in Orlando where I was staging Bride of Wildenstein – the Musical.Continue reading “89.9FM WUCF, Orlando (interview)”
On June 26th, 2009, I appeared on Feast of Fun, a Chicago-based LGBTQ comedy podcast. On show #1013 – Stonewall Michael Jackson, I spoke with Fausto Ferños and Marc Felion about the demise of Michael Jackson and why eccentric public figures are hated and celebrated at the same time.
On May 15th, 2009 I earned my MFA degree from California Institute for the Arts (CalArts) in Scenic Design in the Puppetry track from the Theater School and the Cotsen Center for Puppetry and the Arts. I attended CalArts between 2006-2009 under the mentorship of Janie Geiser and Susan Simpson and developed two major productions, Growing Up Linda and Bride of Wildenstein – The Musical,.